“Mermaid: A sea woman who chooses Imagination over Fear” ~Unknown

I literally have no words for this jaw-dropping mermaid session! I decided to pick out a poem instead because, anything I could ever say would drastically pale in comparison to these drop-dead gorgeous mermaid photos!

Ulysses and the Siren

Come worthy Greek, Ulysses, come,
Possess these shores with me;
The winds and seas are troublesome,
And here we may be free.
Here may we sit and view their toil
That travail in the deep,
And joy the day in mirth the while,
And spend the night in sleep.

Fair nymph, if fame or honour were
To be attain’d with ease,
Then would I come and rest me there,
And leave such toils as these.
But here it dwells, and here must I
With danger seek it forth;
To spend the time luxuriously
Becomes not men of worth.

Ulysses, O be not deceiv’d
With that unreal name;
This honour is a thing conceiv’d
And rests on others’ fame.
Begotten only to molest
Our peace, and to beguile
The best thing of our life, our rest,
And give us up to toil.

Delicious nymph, suppose there were
Nor honour nor report,
Yet manliness would scorn to wear
The time in idle sport.
For toil doth give a better touch,
To make us feel our joy;
And ease finds tediousness as much
As labour yields annoy.

Then pleasure likewise seems the shore
Whereto tends all your toil,
Which you forgo to make it more,
And perish oft the while.
Who may disport them diversly,
Find never tedious day,
And ease may have variety
As well as action may.

But natures of the noblest frame
These toils and dangers please,
And they take comfort in the same
As much as you in ease,
And with the thoughts of actions past
Are recreated still;
When pleasure leaves a touch at last
To show that it was ill.

That doth opinion only cause
That’s out of custom bred,
Which makes us many other laws
Than ever nature did.
No widows wail for our delights,
Our sports are without blood;
The world we see by warlike wights
Receives more hurt than good.

But yet the state of things require
These motions of unrest,
And these great spirits of high desire
Seem born to turn them best,
To purge the mischiefs that increase
And all good order mar;
For oft we see a wicked peace
To be well chang’d for war.

Well, well, Ulysses, then I see
I shall not have thee here,
And therefore I will come to thee
And take my fortunes there.
I must be won that cannot win,
Yet lost were I not won;
For beauty hath created been
T’ undo, or be undone.

– Samuel Daniel

Mermaid Sirenity and Paul,

Thank you guys SO much for letting me capture these magical mermaid couple photos of you two! You’re both the kindest and most incredible couple! It was such a joy to see you together and create images that are truly special! I know that the sunrise call time was quite early but I know it was absolutely worth it! I wish you both the most incredible happiness together and all of the love in the world!



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Jailyn Untalan is a premium creative photographer. Deeply enamored with nature, art, and creating images that tell the stories of relationships.

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And you guys, I am literally beyond thankful for this incredible opportunity to photograph a real(ish) mermaid! It was absolutely a career highlight and I think it’s the most unique session I’ve ever captured! I just CAN’T take it! 😍


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“The sea, once it casts it’s spell, holds one in it’s net of wonder Forever” ~ Jacques Cousteau
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